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Mathematicians boycott producing software algorithms that help police racial bias; Vaccination rates are dangerously down during the Coronavirus pandemic; Where to get potassium -- eating fruits and vegetables is best; The latest birth control options at age 45; Deciding to get knee replacement surgery for arthritis in an elder; IFM conference: Benefits of fasting strategies to combat diabetes, obesity and aging; Incredible CRISPR gene engineering promises new skin for burn victims